Special Mass Schedule for the 4th Sunday of Advent

Saturday, December 23 Vigil Masses offered at 4:30pm and 7:30pm and Sunday, December 24 Masses offered at 7:30am and 9:00am. Mass will not be offered Sunday at 11:30am. Christmas Eve Masses do not fulfill your 4th Sunday of Advent obligation - please plan accordingly.

 

Christmas Holy Day Masses

Sunday, December 24 at 4:30pm, 7:30pm, and 10:00pm
Monday, December 25 at 9:00am and 11:30am (No early 7:30am Mass offered on Christmas Day)
There will not be a 6:30am Mass on Tuesday, December 26


Mass Times

Lord's Day Masses

Saturday 4:30pm
Sunday 7:30, 9:00, and 11:30am

Weekday Masses

Monday thru Saturday 8:30am
Tuesday and Thursday  6:30am
Holy Day Masses 6:30am, 8:30am, and 6:00pm

Confession

Saturday 3:30pm, Sunday 20 minutes prior to each Mass, and by appointment with priest.

Adoration

Mondays & Wednesdays 9:00am to 9:00pm
Fridays 9:00am to 5:00pm
Click for info on Adoration

Live Streaming Mass

Sunday 9:00am and Daily (Monday to Saturday) 8:30am Masses streamed and recorded.

Click here to watch on our YouTube channel. Alternatively, search for "St. Jude Catholic Church Peoria" on YouTube. Be sure to subscribe to the channel.


From Around the Parish

Click here to view current and past events from around the St. Jude Parish.


Other Happenings & Notes

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Get ready for the red carpet!

 

St. Jude Fire & Ice Gala information here.


What is “right” and “wrong”? Is what’s right for you right for me? Is there a right and wrong for everyone, all the time? Watch on formed.org

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These are difficult questions to discuss in our culture. We live in a society that supports the opinion that each person should make up his or her own morality—that there is no moral truth that applies to everyone. Many of us have been affected by the relativistic outlook that pervades the modern world. Maybe some of us wonder whether there really is an absolute right and wrong for everyone. Or maybe we accept that there is a moral standard for all, but we don’t know how to explain our moral convictions in a convincing way. Maybe some of us are afraid of saying something is immoral because we’re afraid of offending others or of being labeled intolerant. How do we talk about morality in a relativistic world?

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by Bishop Robert Barron on WordOnFire.org